Green Smoothie Raspberry Popsicles


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Green smoothie in pop form! These frozen treats are a perfect healthy snack for summertime and a good fun way to get kids to “eat” their vegetables. If you ain't really into the leafy greens, simply use cucumber, celery or even parsley instead and mango and kiwi can be used in place of banana too.

  • 30 g Kale leaves, trimmed and chopped
  • 30 g Salad leaves
  • 1 Small ripe banana, chopped
  • 200 ml Coconut water
  • 1 tsp Lime juice
  • Some frozen raspberries
  1. Place the kale, salad leaves, banana, coconut water and lime juice in a blender and blend for 
1–2 minutes or until smooth.
  2. Divide the mixture among 8-10 popsicles moulds with a couple of frozen raspberries. Insert a popsicle stick into each mould. Place in freezer to firm up overnight.


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81 comments:

Caramella 6/6/15 12:57

They look super-delicious, just perfect for this hot weather!

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Beth 6/6/15 13:16

What a gorgeous presentation! (As always!) These smoothies are so healthy and sound terrific.

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Tricia Buice 6/6/15 13:43

Wonderful popsicle recipe Angie - I've pinned it and hope to try it soon. I love turning smoothies into frozen treats - have a great weekend.

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Choclette Blogger 6/6/15 14:09

What a very clever idea Angie and as usual your pictures are fabulous. As a green smoothie fan, I would love to try one of these, but I reckon they would appeal to just about anyone - just don't mention the kale ;-)

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Nancy Chan 6/6/15 16:14

How nice if I can have these popsicle on a hot, hot day!

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Liz Berg 6/6/15 16:24

What beautiful popsicles!!! And a delicious way to keep cool on a hot day!

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Dawn Yucuis 6/6/15 17:51

I love the idea of turning smoothies into popsicles. It would be a great healthy treat for not just kids, but adults also.

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Gingi Freeman 6/6/15 19:24

Your food photography is stunning.. this looks so yummy! <3 - www.domesticgeekgirl.com

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Daniela Grimburg 6/6/15 20:58

What a brilliant idea Angie.
You combined delicious flavors and healthy ingredients for a perfect summer treat.

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Michèle Kruesi 6/6/15 21:58

yummy I would definitely like to try these. Also LOVE the photos
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Asha Shivakumar 6/6/15 22:27

That is such a neat idea to incorporate green goodness in popsicle form. Perfect for summer mornings, eat your greens and your popsicle:).

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Jasna Varcakovic 7/6/15 00:49

Your styling skills are unique; beautiful! I also like combination of ingredients in your green popsicles.

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Gloria Baker 7/6/15 01:56

Look absolutely beautiful ANgie!!!
Love these !!
I will pin!
(I made popsicles too haha! )

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Monica 7/6/15 03:43

A smoothie in popsicle form just seems so much more fun and appetizing right now! : )

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Rebecca Subbiah 7/6/15 05:22

fun way to have a smoothie

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Tania | My Kitchen Stories 7/6/15 08:56

You know how to make a smoothy look very appealing Angie.

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Marcela 7/6/15 12:39

omg! This is such an awesome idea! Could you please tell me the brand of your popsicle mold? I wanna buy one myself and wondering which one to pick.

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Barbara 7/6/15 13:35

What fun photos, Angie! Made me smile this morning. Such a clever idea, My daughter and granddaughter would love these.

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Ivy 7/6/15 15:22

They look delicious and a great way to hide vegetables from kids!

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Angie Schneider 7/6/15 16:12

@Marcela It's Rosenstein & Söhne and I ordered it from amazon.

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kitchen flavours 7/6/15 17:43

Wow, frozen veggie pops! Love the lovely colour too!

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Terra Kelly 7/6/15 18:56

Gorgeous!!! Sorry I haven't popped in enough lately, loved getting caught up. Life has been crazy with writing my romance books, but just pinned several of your lovely recipes. I added a few of them to my "to make" list!!! This recipe is so refreshing, and beautiful, I bet it tastes amazing too. Yum, Hugs, Terra

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Cheri Savory Spoon 7/6/15 20:23

Hi Angie, these look so delicious, love the fact that you used veggies, very smart. Take care!

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Ashley@CookieMonsterCooking 7/6/15 23:54

Okay these are just too fun! What a great way to eat a smoothie! They sound wonderful!

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The Yum List 8/6/15 02:02

What a fun way to take the green smoothie craze one step further.

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Nammi 8/6/15 05:49

Kale? In a popsicle? at first before reading it I thought you were going to use green tea or something, very surprising ingrediants you have here in this, so very curious about how it tastes,

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Nammi 8/6/15 05:53

Kale? In a popsicle? at first before reading it I thought you were going to use green tea or something, very surprising ingrediants you have here in this, so very curious about how it tastes,

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Christine Ho 8/6/15 06:56

Love this idea of green smoothie in pop form. Very creative, Angie.

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Medeja 8/6/15 10:23

They must be really refreshing! And the color is such a nice lovely green!

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Alida 8/6/15 11:23

Bravissima Angie! The flavour of these smoothies must be so refreshing. I really love the ingredients you have used and the presentation is fantastic. Really well done Angie.

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 8/6/15 12:01

Refreshingly healthy! A delicious idea.

Cheers,

Rosa

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norma chang 8/6/15 13:26

Agree, healthy summer treat.

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Kelly 8/6/15 15:42

These green smoothie popsicles look fantastic, Angie! Such a perfect treat to cool down with during the warmer months plus it's packed full of healhty ingredients too! Love the raspberry, banana, coconut and lime combo!

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grace 8/6/15 15:56

awesome idea! i always think of foods on a stick as more fun than anything else, even smoothies! :)

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Honey Bee Sweets 8/6/15 17:18

Weeeee! What better way to welcome the summer then to have homemade Popsicles! Those looks amazing with the bright green and happy raspberry! And yes I love Kale❤️❤️❤️

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Harriet Emily 8/6/15 17:25

These popsicles are stunning - and I love the green/pink combo!! I love how healthy they are too - what a perfect summery treat!

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Shashi Charles 8/6/15 19:29

Angie - love how healthy these are and they are so incredibly gorgeous!

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Pam 8/6/15 21:45

This is taking popsicles up a few levels for sure! They look gorgeous and sound delicious!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 8/6/15 22:06

What a wonderful idea, Angie! Not only healthy and delicious but I love the green and red colors :) They are bright and beautiful.

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CookWith Manali 9/6/15 00:17

refreshing smoothie, perfect for summer!!

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Cathleen 9/6/15 01:48

These popsicles look amazing! I just bought a popsicle mold and am excited for all the recipes I will make with it!!

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Chris Scheuer 9/6/15 04:55

I think I could eat these for breakfast, they sound wonderful!

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Chris Scheuer 9/6/15 04:55

I think I could eat these for breakfast, they sound wonderful!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 9/6/15 05:33

They are beautiful Angie. And they look so healthy they might kill me!

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Juliana 9/6/15 05:42

OMG Angie, I have never thought in using green smoothie for making popsicles...such a great idea...I especially like the raspberries, they not only add color as well as flavor...
Have a wonderful week :)

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Katie | Healthy Seasonal Recipes 9/6/15 15:31

I can't believe I have never thought to do this. We love pops and green smoothies so why not make one from the other! Brilliant.

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Pam 9/6/15 17:38

Yummy! Perfect for the hot weather we are having here in Oregon.

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fimère .b 9/6/15 22:23

ils sont super beaux et bons bravo
bonne soirée

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Nippon Nin 9/6/15 22:47

Fantastic photos! Healthy, fun snack!...what a great concept!

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tigerfish 10/6/15 00:51

Absolutely thirst-quenching for a hot summer day! I actually make similar green smoothie quite often but no chance to make them into popsicles.

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Erica 10/6/15 01:04

They look so beautiful and refreshing. Love the colors, Angie!

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Viviane Bauquet Farre - Food & Style 10/6/15 01:53

Great idea, Angie! Solves the age-old problem of feeding "yucky" green veggies to kids :)

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Sandra | Sandra's Easy Cooking 10/6/15 02:04

This looks incredible, Angie! At first I thought that you used matcha, but a kale smoothie with raspberry sounds amazing. Refreshing, delicious and healthy... win-win.. :)

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Gwen 10/6/15 02:50

We loooove our green smoothies around here! I can't believe I never thought to turn them into popsicles which my kids devour! SO clever as always Angie! oxoxox Saving and sharing every where!

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Amy (Savory Moments) 10/6/15 12:14

These are such good-for-you popsicles! They are a nice color, too, which makes them even more fun to eat on a hot day.

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Geraldine Saucier 10/6/15 15:53

A great summer treat and a delicious way to cool down. Thanks for sharing. These pops look delicious and refreshing:)

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 10/6/15 21:12

Well I do green smoothies all the time, why not as a popsicle! Very cool idea and they are just gorgeous too, great presentation. It,s get hot so great timing.

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Nazneen Hamilton 11/6/15 06:50

Angie, these are just beautiful!! So colourful.

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Muna Kenny 11/6/15 12:08

The clicks are beautiful Angie! Just what I need in this hot weather.

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Joanne 11/6/15 14:25

I have yet to get myself to truly LOVE green smoothies...but I suspect that's just because I haven't tried them in popsicle form!

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 11/6/15 15:33

Angie, what a fabulous idea! Even as a child, I was not a fan of overly sweet things so I would have loved these even then.

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Esther Lau 11/6/15 16:04

Very colourful!!!! Lovely!!!❤

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kcolescreativecorner.com 11/6/15 17:23

I love the idea of a healthy popsicle! Looks delicious for a hot summer day!
I recently made a cooking and baking blog, too.
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I would greatly appreciate it if you would check it out!
Thanks so much!

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Gourmet Getaways 11/6/15 17:45

Now this is one guiltless treat! We don't mind having this everyday! Alesah needs this badly - it's piping hot in Manila...

Julie & Alesah
Gourmet Getaways xx

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 11/6/15 18:27

These are perfect for beating the heat!

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dedy oktavianus 11/6/15 20:06

wow, damn tasty beautifull healthy n refreshing popsickle!!!!
Dedy@Dentist Chef

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Balvinder Ubi 11/6/15 22:59

I would love these yummy and guiltless popsicles!

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Jeanette 12/6/15 04:12

What a creatively refreshing summer treat - they're so pretty too!

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Eli Joseph 12/6/15 06:32

Hey they look just amazing!! I regularly make Green drink at home but never tried making the popsicles. After reading this article, I am dying to try this out!! Thank you so much for posting!

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Koko 13/6/15 17:50

This is definitely the best looking "green smoothie" that I have ever seen! I imagine that kids would even love these- they look so fun!!

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Roz Corieri Paige 14/6/15 00:21

Angie, these popsicles have to be the most creative and "COOL" treats that I've read in YEARS! I just love green smoothies and to add raspberries on top is just a double delight! Thank you so much for always WOW'ing me (and all of your readers)!
Roz

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eatgood4life.blogspot.com 14/6/15 16:19

These are great. I love popsicles of any kind. I have two molds so that I can keep making them none stop, especially for the summer. They make the best healthy summer treats!

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ami@naivecookcooks 15/6/15 19:55

Such stunning looking popsicles!! Love the color!!

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Vicki Bensinger 16/6/15 04:47

This is brilliant! Why haven't I thought to do that. It's the perfect summertime healthy treat.

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mjskit 17/6/15 04:04

Kale? I would have sworn that the green was going to be matcha. Those are some healthy and very creative popsicles Angie. Love the raspberry touch.

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Amber Ashford 17/6/15 13:56

Oh, yum! I can imagine how summery the flavors in this must be!

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Sokehah Cheah 18/6/15 02:12

Wow, I don't mind having some of these. Cool!

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Sophies Foodie Files 18/6/15 11:40

I made your lovely pops but used fresh frozen strawberries & kale from my garden! :) They came out perfect, Angie! Divine licking! xxx

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Cynthia 20/6/15 03:11

This is such a fun and excellent way to have one's fruits and vegetables. Always a stunning presentation, Angie.

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ColdPressJuicerHQ.com 14/5/16 05:02

These look amazing. I love kale and drink a lot of green juice which includes kale. Great recipe.

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